Monthly Archives: August 2007

Webmaster Stuff

Best SES Session – Are Paid Links Evil? We’re only half-way through SES San Jose but I think we’ve already seen the best panel discussion of the event. “Are Paid Links Evil” saw Matt Cutts go head to head with … Continue reading

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Dell Homes Moves to CJ, Disses Linkshare

Just got this email from the Dell Home program on Linkshare, I get the feeling Linkshare won’t be liking how they worded it. Too bad their program sucks, gotta use em though cause they are one of the top dogs. … Continue reading

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UK Internet Advertising Bureau Launches First Search Marketing Best Practice Charter

The Internet Advertising Bureau in the UK and the Direct Marketing Association are launching the first search marketing charter to establish best practices throughout the industry. Each search marketing company must meet four requirements to allow them to promote themselves … Continue reading

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More (Mostly) Bad News for/from Google

Google Proxy Hacking: How A Third Party Can Remove Your Site From Google SERPs This looks like some bad stuff. In June of 2006, while working to resolve some indexing issues for a client, I discovered a bug in Google’s … Continue reading

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Google News and Findings

Lots of press about Google lately, as always, a few interesting stories to watch though, the most important will be this one. Google Spoof’s? Google Hacked? Heather Paulson has mad some interesting discoveries running some new software, Syntryx, I’ll let … Continue reading

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Funny Ad

Here is an ad for woot.com I just saw on Google. I’d like to know how many people actually click on it. Filthy rich? We’ll help. Throw away your newfound cash at Woot. You’re welcome. woot.com

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Zango and the FTC

I suppose everyone has already read or read about the post Ben Edelman made today, Zango Practices Violating Zango’s Recent Settlement with the FTC, but, if not, it says Zango is not in compliance with the terms set forth by … Continue reading

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